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Christian Brothers Services Announces Fall 2014 Webinar Series

Romeoville, Ill., August 25, 2014 – Christian Brothers Services (CBS) announced the 2014 Fall Webinar Series schedule today. The schedule features seven different webinars in the areas of health benefits, retirement planning, technology, risk management and consulting services.

Among the offerings this fall, an updated webinar on health care legislation, "Healthcare Reform Update" scheduled for October 30, which will focus on how the Affordable Care Act's implementation and latest changes impact Catholic organizations and will feature a question and answer session. The popular webinar, "Preventing Unlawful Harassment, Discrimination & Retaliation in the Workplace" will be held on October 23. This two hour interactive webinar focuses on defining and recognizing harassment and discrimination and how to prevent harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace. This webinar fulfills the mandatory training requirement in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, Rhode Island and Vermont. The fall schedule will also include a webinar on how to manage, insure and preserve fine art collections, "Protecting Your Treasures: Fine Art and Art Objects" to be held on September 11 and "FMLA: The Do's and Don'ts" will explain the ins and outs of FMLA on September 18.

Visit the CBS Educational Resources webpage at cbservices.org/educationalresources.php to see the full fall schedule and to register for any of the 2014 fall webinars.

All webinars begin at 1 p.m. Central time and are free to Christian Brothers Services members.

About Christian Brothers Services (cbservices.org)
Christian Brothers Services is a nonprofit, Catholic organization that administers cooperative programs in the areas of health/retirement, property/casualty and consulting/technology to Catholic congregations, organizations and dioceses both in the United States and Canada. Over 2,000 Catholic organizations and employers participate in these cost-effective, cooperative programs. Visit cbservices.org for more information.